At what age can a minor be emancipated in the state of South Carolina?

02/07/2007 - Category:Minors - Emancipation of Minor - State: SC #456

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At what age can a minor be emancipated in the state of South Carolina?

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Although South Carolina does not have a specific statute to address emancipation of minors, other sections of the Code exist which appear to give the definition of an emancipated minor as anyone under the age of 21 who is not married or emancipated by decree of the family court.



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02/07/2007 - Category: Emancipation of Minor - State: SC #456

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